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Updated – The occupation forces demolished two houses in Beit Ummar

Updated – The occupation forces demolished two houses in Beit Ummar

Hebron – Ma’an – Today, Sunday, the Israeli occupation forces demolished two houses in the Beit Zaatah area, east of the town of Beit Ummar, north of the city of Hebron.

Media activist in Beit Ummar, Muhammad Ayyad Awad, reported that the occupation forces, accompanied by a bulldozer, stormed the Beit Zata area and began demolishing the house of the prisoner, Nadim Sabarneh. He has been detained in the occupation prisons for more than a year and is under administrative detention. He has spent a total of 7 years in the occupation prisons. Years.

Six people live in the Sabarneh family house, the majority of whom are children, and the area of ??the house is estimated at about 150 square metres. Awad explained that the family’s lawyer informed them that the demolition decision was made for political reasons by the occupation court

He added that the second house, which was demolished, belongs to the citizen Ibrahim Mahmoud Jamil Abu Maria, and is inhabited by 7 individuals. Its area is estimated at 160 square m
etres, and is located in the Al-Mazara area, southeast of Beit Ummar, adjacent to Al-Aroub camp and the new bypass road, under the pretext of not having a license.

The Beit Zaatah area witnessed confrontations between young men and the occupation forces during the demolition of the house of the prisoner Sabarna, during which the occupation soldiers fired live and rubber bullets, sound bombs, and tear gas extensively, causing a number of citizens to suffer from suffocation and fainting, and they were treated in the field.

Source: Maan News Agency